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Browsing: Avonia

The genus Avonia is in the family Portulacaceae. Formerly this group of roughly 20 species and varieties was a subgenus of Anacampseros, until 1994, when Avonia was made its own genus.

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Avonia ustulata

Avonia ustulata is a small, succulent shrub with tufted, silvery-grey, worm-like branches. The primary branches are up to 1 inch (2.5 cm)…

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Avonia quinaria

Avonia quinaria is a dwarf perennial caudiciform succulent usually deep-seated, that flush with soil surface in habitat. The stem (caudex) is turnip…

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Avonia papyracea

Avonia papyracea is a dwarf, perennial, succulent plant with several slender branches radiating from a tapered rootstock or basal caudex…